Malang Movie review :
Director – Mohit Suri
Producer -Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg and Jay Shewakramani
Writer– Aseem Arrora
Screenplay – Aniruddha Guha
Star cast – Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Khemu
Cinematography – Vikas Sivaraman
Production Company – Luv Films, T-Series and Northern Lights Entertainment
Running time – 135 minute
Ratings – 3.5
The film revolves around the life of four different people with great roles and it has much to do a revenge story. Meet Advait played by Aditya Roy Kapur who is a bag pack tripper, while Sara played by Disha Patani is seen in a search of her Ikigai keeping herself away from the Tigers. The duo is seen crossed by two bad cops Michael and Agashe played by Kunal Kemmu and Anil Kapoor respectively in Goa. You can find the story happenning in two different timelines. In one, you would see the background of the revenge while the other talks about the way it is executed. So, how it goes can be found out in the nearby cinema.
Mohit Suri is able to add the dark shades of the film and emotions with great thrills together The film nicely maintains with two different timelines while they remain in their comfortable jobs as the register for the same. The script paces up with things with majorly working in favor of the movie. One can see the makers maintaining the dual shade characters in the film in an interesting way with good performances. However, the way the script conveniently moves is tough to believe.
Now talking about the performances, Aditya Roy Kapur seemed okay while moving with his alcohol to drugs journey but when it comes to emotions, he was able to portray the best. On the other side, Disha gets out from her shell so well that she is able to maintain the balance of her performance and oomphs factor the best way. While both Anil Kapoor and Kunal Khemmu in the bad cops have also excelled in their roles.
Talking about the other elements like direction and music, both seemed on the higher side. Mohit is able to play well with all the three elements – music, emotions and thrill the best way. However, he was seen talking about several cinematic liberties that could pinch the audience. Perhaps you would see a different Mohit Suri with Malang. On the other side, music seems to have gone well. The songs the background score have gone well and added the entertainment value of the film in ab ig way.
Malang Movie The Last Word
Malang allows you to enjoy the thrill at different levels without taking much of your time. The fast pace first and second half does not really miss anything and is able to narrate a perfect and intriguing story without making giving a single regret.